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Toleration discuss'd : in two dialogues. I. Betwixt a conformist and a non-conformist, laying open the impiety and danger of a general liberty. II. Betwixt a Presbyterian and an independent; concluding, upon an impartial examination of their respective practises and opinions, in favour of the independent

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